Light in the Barren Lands

Light in the Barren Lands
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Publisher : AuthorHouse
Total Pages : 316
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ISBN-10 : 1438287623
ISBN-13 : 9781438287621
Rating : 4/5 (621 Downloads)

Book Synopsis Light in the Barren Lands by : Brian S. Pratt

Download or read book Light in the Barren Lands written by Brian S. Pratt and published by AuthorHouse. This book was released on 2008-10 with total page 316 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Here in the long anticipated sequel to The Morcyth Saga, Brian S. Pratt returns to the series that started it all. Five years have passed since the end of the Madoc/Empire war. When word of his exploits spreads, life at The Ranch grows intolerable as people seek him out for one reason or another. Assuming the moniker, The Dark Mage, he takes steps to ensure his privacy.Despite his best efforts, soldiers led by a mage of great power lay siege to his island. During the battle, one of James' unfinished experiments inadvertently activates, causing him, Jiron, and Jiron's daughter Jira, to be sent to Earth.James is soon to learn that magic is no longer at his beck and call. To make matters worse, their arrival upon Earth precipitates a fire blast, making them wanted men.Somehow, James must find a way back to Jiron's home world before running afoul of the authorities.But how can he, if he can't even perform the most basic of spells? Earth is truly a land barren of magic.


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